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Monthly Fold – Owl

Monthly fold from our paper engineer, Nancy Vu. Happy Reading Week! For this snowy February, I thought it’d be fitting to fold an origami owl — this version was created by Roman Diaz. Plus with everyone in the middle of midterm season, having an animal symbolic of intelligence and wisdom just might be what we… Continue reading Monthly Fold – Owl

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Monthly Fold – Origami Star

  Monthly fold from our paper engineer, Nancy Vu. Hello friends! This month I folded Erica Dray’s Origami Star, which is a modular piece that requires 8 square pieces of paper. Super simple model that any origami beginner can be proud of making! This fold looks good on both sides of the star and multiple… Continue reading Monthly Fold – Origami Star

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Monthly Fold: 12 Petal Flower

Monthly fold from our paper engineer, Nancy Vu. Hi guys! I’m Nancy, the new Paper Engineer for UTFOLD 2015-2016. To celebrate the impending holiday season (and to ward off bad exam spirits), I decided to fold a snowflake or 12-petal flower by Dennis Walker. This model makes for a neat addition to any room holiday… Continue reading Monthly Fold: 12 Petal Flower

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Monthly FOLD: Tessellated Hydrangea

Monthly FOLD for March 2015 from our coordinator, Kevin Ton. Hi everyone, spring is finally here (sort of) and I decided to celebrate by folding this tessellated hydrangea, which is a variation on the hydrangea by Shuzo Fujimoto. This model is cool because it’s recursive, so you can fold as many layers of petals as you want… Continue reading Monthly FOLD: Tessellated Hydrangea

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Monthly FOLD: Little Turtle Kusudama

Hi again, I’m your paper engineer coordinator Kevin with another Monthly FOLD. This time it’s the Little Turtle kusudama by Tomoko Fuse, which can be found in the book ‘Unit Origami: Multidimensional Transformations’. Although the icosahedral structure made with 30 units is the most common, it is possible to use the units to make smaller,… Continue reading Monthly FOLD: Little Turtle Kusudama